The main goal of this deliverable “Operational and Technical Documentation of SP (ELTA, ATHEX) customization” is to provide a precise description of the Customization preparation and design of ELTA/Hellenic Post (ELTA) and Athens Stock Exchange Services (ATHEX) during the process of integration of their e-Services with the eIDAS Network.
After entering into force eIDAS regulation  in September 2014, from 29 September 2018, the EU public organizations offering e-services to citizens are obliged to recognize notified eID schemes from all EU member states. Then, the next challenge for the businesses offering digital services is the uptake of using trusted eIDs issued by EU governments for enrolment, and for secure electronic transactions.
The main goal of this deliverable D3.2 “Operational and Technical Documentation of Correos services customization” is providing a complete description of the process performed for the customization of the services provided by Correos (My Identity, My Mailbox and My Notifications) during the integration process in the context of LEPS project.
Milestone 5+9 contains the description of the work performed within LEPS Project Task 3.1, Mobile authentication. The main objective of the Task 3.1 is to offer mobile support for Greek SP (Service Provider) services (ATHEX Group and ELTA) to enable authentication of Spanish citizens, using the eIDAS (electronic IDentification, Authentication and trust Services) infrastructure and Spanish DNIe 3.0 (electronic Identity National Document). The performed work on Task 4.4 and Task 5.4, Mobile Authentication, has been also included in this document.
Authors: Juan Carlos Perez & José Crespo
If you handle Online Transactions in the European Market, the eIDAS is big news. The, European Union’s Electronic Identification and Trust Services Regulation (eIDAS) has been established to help the Digital Single Market for secure electronic commerce simplifying and standardizing the digital IDs and signatures across Europe.
What is eIDAS?
What is eIDAS?
LEPS enable existing certified e-Delivery, e-Notifications and remote e-Signature services in the private sector to use the paneuropean elD infrastructure for cross-border electronic identification and authentication, while complying with elDAS specifications and rules.
Member states: Greece & Spain